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by Chris Musselwhite and Tammie Plouffe | 2:45 PM January 13, 2012 Effective leadership today relies more than ever on influencing others — impacting their ideas, opinions, and actions.
by Art Markman | 3:23 PM February 9, 2012 Since Daniel Goleman 's Emotional Intelligence , we've recognized the importance of tuning into social and emotional factors in the workplace. But many popular depictions of the workplace don't show any evidence of that sensitivity.
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Fundamentally, there are two ways to have more money.
Below is a video clip of a webcast I did with Tim Ferriss , who wrote The Four Hour Workweek (read my book review ). The question was, “How many false starts have you had?”
Today, a story about how a salesman sold me thousands of dollars worth of clothes I wasn’t going to buy. As you read this, try to spot the differences between an average salesman and this top-performing salesman. A couple months ago, I got an email from a sales guy at a clothing store I’ve bought from before. (I don’t buy clothes that often, but once in a while I’ll do a year’s worth of shopping, and I must have filled in my email address while checking out.) He said, “Hey Ramit, it’s ____ from ____. We’re having a 40% off sale starting next week, but if you come in this week, I can put aside the clothes so you get first crack.”
While announcing the death of e-mail is a bit premature, it’s absolutely a reality that the paradigm of communication has changed.
You know that sinking feeling you have when there's too much on your plate?
Just for fun I recently asked Erin, “Now that the kids are in summer school, don’t you think it’s about time you went out and got yourself a job?
by Bill Barnett | 10:33 AM December 29, 2011 Whether you're searching for your first job, considering a career change, or seeking opportunities while unemployed, finding a job can be one of the toughest challenges you ever face. How should you conduct a job search?
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